36+ acres with perennial creek running through. Pending water rights. Backs to National Forest. South-facing meadow (23 acres) and mature forest (14 acres). Multiple creekfront build sites to choose from (with existing 800 sq ft guest house). 22’ tall interior and giant, plentiful windows create a bright and vibrant house; built in 2020. Beautiful place to live while you build your larger dream home. In-floor heating, creating consistent, house-wide warmth in stained concrete floor. Generous 400 sq. ft covered maintenance-free Trex deck. All counter tops are granite and natural stone. A long row garden with gravel pathway was recently added, deck adjacent. Stained concrete patio (~400 sq ft) for summer dinners outdoors, campfires, and entertaining guests. Like the idea of having a self-reliant place? Your lights, fridge, and freezer will always stay on no matter what’s happening in the world; 6.3 Kw, 18 panel on/off grid combo solar system; LPEA electric install pending (for robust secondary backup and full grid power); 24 kwh battery and propane generator backup; Exterior is all metal- no maintenance! A French drain was installed around the home’s exterior, ensuring adequate drainage; no standing water ever accumulates in the crawlspace. Propane stove and propane ported to outdoor grill. Infrastructure in-place to easily install expanded 2nd floor. Hundreds of saplings were planted around the guest house. The 6’ tall root cellar houses a 1600-gallon water tank and generous storage space for root vegetables and wine. The 2020 septic system was designed for 6 bedrooms (Currently built guest-house has 2 bedrooms with RV dump outside). Over 2800 sq ft of covered parking, storage and hobby space. 14’ double garage door with remote. 33’ of parking for 2 large RVs or 4 passenger vehicles. Long workbench with peg boards. 600 sq ft loft storage space. 600 sq ft insulated shop / hobby space, concrete floors, windows, wood fireplace. Fenced horse +/or cattle pastureland. Ample garden, orchard space. Views of Pagosa Peak, Eagle Peak, Chimney Rock, and Haystack Mountain. Quiet, secluded, and peaceful with easy highway access.